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WISCONSIN SPORTS ROUND-UP: OKC tops Milwaukee 101-85

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WISCONSIN SPORTS ROUND-UP: OKC tops Milwaukee 101-85
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MILWAUKEE - Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant proved too much for Milwaukee, in a 101-85 win over the Bucks. Durant led all players with 33 points and adding 10 rebounds in the win.

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Bucks’ forward Serge Ibaka tallied a double-double in the loss (17 points and 17 rebounds). Milwaukee has let to win in January, dropping eight of their last nine games, 0-5, so far in 2014.  

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Marquette University’s men’s basketball team got back on the winning track, squeaking a 67-66 win over Big East conference foe Seton Hall yesterday at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Junior Todd Mayo scored 19 points in the win, while Jamil Wilson added another 16 points. The Golden Eagles led by as much as 16 and nearly let the game slip in the second half. Seton Hall guard Sterling Gibbs sank a half-court shot with time expiring, but it wasn’t enough. The Golden Eagles improve its conference record to 2-2.

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Wisconsin-native Jerry Kelly shot a three-under-66 in the Sony Open yesterday, improving to ten-under for the tournament and a two-way tie for fourth. Kelly enters today’s final round just two shots back from tournament leader Chris Kirk (12-under). Another Wisconsinite, Pwaukee’s Mark Wilson, didn’t do so well in the third round. Wilson shot a one-over-71 yesterday, setting him back nine shots from the lead and in a nine-way tie for 55th. 

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The University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team grabbed its first sweep of a top ten opponent since 2011 last night, in a 3-1 win over the Michigan Wolverines at the Kohl Center in Madison. Junior forward Joseph LaBate scored a goal and an assist in the win, while sophomore defenseman Kevin Schulze had two assists. The Badgers improve to 4-2 in Big Ten play, 13-6-1 overall. Badgers are back in action on January 24 for a two-game series with Ohio State at the Kohl Center. The attendance of 14,237 was the largest this season and the largest since 2012.

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The University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team saw its home winning streak snapped by North Dakota Saturday in front of a sellout crowd at LaBahn Arena in Madison. The Fighting Sioux won 4-1. UND broke a 1-1 tie with a goal in the second period and scored two more in the third. Kelly Jaminski had UW’s lone goal. The Sioux outshot the Badgers 36-21. UW goalie Ann-Rene Desbiens made 32 saves.  The series concludes today in Madison with the face-off at 3:07 p.m.

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SCOREBOARD

MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Marquette 67, Seton Hall 66

DIVISION II

UW-Parkside 84, Maryville 63

DIVISION III

(1)UW-Stevens Point 86, UW-Superior 69

(10) UW-Whitewater 90, UW-Eau Claire 51

(13)St. Norbert 81, Monmouth 58

Beloit 80, Illinois College 75

Grinnell 105, Carroll 95

Concordia-Wisconsin 90, Benedictine 76

Aurora 91, Wisconsin Lutheran 90 (OT)

Marian 83, Rockford 70

Lakeland 75, Dominican 66

Edgewood 63, Concordia-Chicago 57

UW-Platteville 61, UW-Stout 42

UW-Oshkosh 65, UW-River Falls 63

Carthage 65, North Central of Illinois 51

WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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DIVISION I

Marquette 73, Xavier 67

UW-Milwaukee 75, UW-Green Bay 64

DIVISION II

Maryville 78, UW-Parkside 60

DIVISION III

(16) Carthage 119, North Central of Illinois 78

(17) UW-Oshkosh 89, UW-River Falls 57

(19)UW-Whitewater 64, UW-Eau Claire 57

(24)UW-Stevens Point 76, UW-Superior 60

Finlandia 90, Mount Mary 43 

Carroll 73, Grinnell 72

Illinois College 66, Beloit 63

Monmouth 64, Saint Norbert 62

Rockford 67, Marian 58

Wisconsin Lutheran 69, Aurora 38

Concordia-Wisconsin 65, Benedictine 54

Madison Edgewood 74, Concordia-Chicago 48

Lakeland 73, Dominican 57

Alverno 96, Milwaukee School of Engineering 92 (OT)

UW-Stout 76, UW-Platteville 65

NBA

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Oklahoma City 101, Milwaukee 85

COLLEGE HOCKEY

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MEN

(14) Wisconsin 3, (8) Michigan 1

WOMEN

(4) North Dakota 4, (2) Wisconsin 1

AHL

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Chicago 2, Milwaukee 1

INDOOR SOCCER

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Milwaukee 28, Rochester 12

STATE HIGH SCHOOL SCORES

1/12/14 – 4:00 a.m.

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HOCKEY – BOYS

Hartland Arrowhead 4, Oregon 1

Ashwaubenon 5, Fox Cities 1

Chippewa Falls 4, Mosinee 3

De Pere 3, Green Bay United 0

Madison Edgewood 8, Monona Grove 0

Mequon Homestead 6, Germantown 1

Hudson 7, New Richmond 1

Madison West 2, Milwaukee Marquette 0

Northland Pines 2, Stevens Point 1

Northwest Iceman 8, Altoona 2

Green Bay Notre Dame 5, Bay Port/Pulaski 0

Stevens Point Pacelli/Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 8, Greendale 4

Somerset 11, Amery 1

Spooner 8, Altoona 2

Sun Prairie 20, Madison LaFollette / East 1

University School of Milwaukee 3, Fond du Lac St. Mary's Springs 2

Waukesha 3, Verona 1

Waupaca 5, Lakeland 3

Wausau West 5, Fond du Lac 0

Burnett County Blizzard 3, Hayward 0

HOCKEY – GIRLS

Bay Area 11, Hartland Arrowhead 0

Black River Falls 4, Medford Area 1

Hayward/Spooner 1, Central Wisconsin 0

Middleton 3, Fond du Lac 1

Rock County 6, Lakeshore Lightning 3

Waupaca 6, Lakeland 3

BASKETBALL – BOYS

Prairie du Chien 51, Barneveld 46

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 59, Anamosa (IA) 29

Lake Geneva Badger 68, Whitewater 56

Elkhorn 47, Big Foot 38

Madison Abundant Life/Country Day 54, Stockbridge 48

Merrill 57, Ashland 55

Milwaukee Pius XI 40, Milwaukee Washington 35

Onalaska Luther 71, Winona, Minn. Cotter 60

Randolph 39, Spring Grove (IA) 24

Black River Falls 51, Fall Creek 48

Slinger 50, Nicolet 34

Iowa City (IA) West 63, Sun Prairie 48

Madison Edgewood 59, McFarland 56

Cedar Rapids (IA) Kennedy 52, Reedsburg 44

Platteville 56, Dodgeville 54

Monroe 52, Freeport 42

Brookfield Central 87, Milwaukee Vincent 69

Union Grove 64, Racine Lutheran 36

Racine Washington Park 77, Saint John’s NW Military Academy 35

Beloit Turner 72, Albany 68

Green Bay West 45, Green Bay East 42

Valders 50, Luxemburg-Casco 46

Green Bay Preble 48, Waupaca 44

Madison West 68, Beloit Memorial 57

Mineral Point 78, Darlington 60

Kewaskum 55, Sheboygan Falls 45

Verona 76, Madison East 70

Madison Memorial 75, Madison La Follette 60

Middleton 70, Janesville Craig 69

Tomah 67, Sparta 51

Fond du Lac Saint Mary’s Springs 58, Chilton 57

North Scott (IA), Marshall 46

BASKETBALL – GIRLS

Winnebago Lutheran 36, Oakfield 35

Abundant Life/Country Day 57, Stockbridge 50

Galena, Ill. 33, Southwestern 29

Fall Creek 60, Black River Falls 38

Milwaukee Vincent 52, Beaver Dam Wayland Academy 43

Barneveld 70, Prairie du Chien 42

DeForest 69, Wausau West 52

Dodgeville 61, Mount Horeb 41

Burlington 45, Milwaukee Marshall/Juneau 22

Mineral Point 72, Pecatonica 34

Living Word Lutheran 40, Brookfield Academy 38

Kenosha Christian Life 52, Milwaukee Messmer 31

Cassville 45, Albany 41

Waunakee 81, Marshfield 45

Hartland Arrowhead 48, New Berlin Eisenhower 35

Green Bay East 38, Green Bay West 34

Kimberly 49, Oak Creek 48

Stoughton 60, Richland Center 41

De Pere 62, Ashwaubenon 38

Clinton 68, North Boone, Ill. 37

Racine Lutheran 53, Burlington Catholic Central 20

Milwaukee Pius XI 63, Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 55

Hillsboro 42, Viroqua 18

Laconia 49, Horicon 32

Milwaukee Heritage Christian 65, Lake Country Lutheran 56

Wausau Newman 74, Pittsville 27

Kenosha St. Joseph 50, Racine St. Catherine’s 40

Racine Prairie 77, Milwaukee Thomas More 35

Somers Shoreland Lutheran 60, Whitefish Bay Dominican 51

Shorewood 51, Cudahy 31

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